The Ethics of Social Experimentation: The Case of the DIME
Public Policy 29(3): 369-398, Summer 1981.
Behavioral Research; Confidentiality; Consent; Deception; Education; Employment; Ethics; Federal Government; Financial Support; Government; Government Financing; Health; Incentives; Informed Consent; Moral Obligations; Paternalism; Public Policy; Random Selection; Research; Research Design; Risks and Benefits; Social Impact;
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Thompson, Dennis F. (1981-06)
Thompson, Dennis F. (1999)The traditional ideal in which professionals alone or in small groups serve their patients and clients in accord with a public-spirited goal is giving way to practice in which professionals serve in organizations that value ...
Thompson, Dennis F.; Hofmann, Paul B.; Atchley, William A.; Ozar, David T. (1992)...Because institutional ethics has been neglected, there is a tendency in our institutional life to apply moral principles with which we are familiar from our personal life. However, principles from individual ethics often ...